With so many secret agents with secret agendas, the plot quickly takes on a satisfying who's-with-who insolubility.
- Dead Heat
On Strollo's case is federal agent Al Lawrence, who is also battling ambitious, trigger-happy subordinates eager for high-tech drug busts.
- Swifty: My Life and Good Times
The Brooklyn-bred son of Russian Jewish immigrants, brash, brawling Irving (``Swifty'') Lazar, who died last year at 87, rose from mean streets to become one of the most successful Hollywood and New York agents.
- City of Gold
Readers might expect that Ross's efforts to carry off the impersonation and capture Rommel's agent will be the focus of this 24th offering from an acknowledged master of espionage fiction, yet Ross is only one member of an intriguing ensemble cast, which includes a society girl turned undercover
- Chinese Red
., falsely pinned on 35-year-old ex-CIA agent Quinn Chance by hard-line Soviets hoping to prevent a move by Kremlin liberals toward entente with China.
- The Joy Brigade
George Sueño, an agent for the Eighth U.S.
- Say Nice Things about Detroit
Agent: Jennifer Rudolph Walsh, WME Entertainment.
- Don't Say a Word
Agent: Richard Curtis, Richard Curtis Associates.
- The Spymasters
Bestseller Griffin’s solid seventh Men at War novel (after 2007’s The Double Agents), the third in collaboration with son Butterworth, finds top OSS agent Maj.
- Sky Dragons: Dragonriders of Pern
Agent: Diana Tyler, MBA Literary Agents Ltd.
- Little Sweet Potato
Agent: Jennifer Walsh, William Morris Endeavor.
- The Right Hand
Agent: Mel Berger, William Morris Endeavor.
- Edge of Black
Agent: Scott Miller, Trident Media Group.
Agent: Jodie Marsh, United Agents.
- Fifty Cents and a Dream: Young Booker T. Washington
Agent: Joy Harris, Joy Harris Literary Agency.